ENR processing on still photography

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by danzyc, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. danzyc

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    hello friends I d like to make a sort of ENR processing on still photography .
    the ENR is a particular motion picture POSITIVE processing. (a b&w bath is added after the bleach stage). (watch saving private ryan)

    i d like to try it on c41 e6 and r4a ....what do you think about??

    have you ever tried it?
     
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    I don't see the effective difference between applying a bleach-bypass or re-development.

    Maybe partially bleaching can be controlled to a lesser extend than re-development.

    And to my understanding none of both can be applied to E-6 as you intend, as both images, the positive and the negative image would be affected.
     
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    on ilfochrome print the bleach bypass works?
     
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    It would work differently than standard bleach-bypass, as in the case of Ilfochrome a reduced bleaching would result in a reduced dye-bleaching too. Thus you still would have some silver in the lights (reduced silver bleaching) and the same time even more dyes in the lights too (reduced dye-bleaching).